Parkside battery adapter for Ryobi tool.
Mixed two pieces of work together, I admit that.
Did some modifications so they fit together.
You need to print:
- 4x 6.3mm Faston male crimp connector, "blue" (accepts 1.5 - 2.5 mm2 cable) but without the plastic protective tubing
- 2x ~10cm cable (I advise 2.5 mm2)
- CA glue or any "fast" glue
- 1x some small spring (from a pen, split in half)
- 4x M3 screws
- 4x metal M3 threaded inserts that you put in with heat (f.e. with soldering iron)
- or just glue it togehter :-) (but watch the alignment!)
Put the cable through the holes, crimp or solder the connectors, glue them in place. If something is tight, help it with a little heat (soldering iron), but be careful. It should work 99% straight out of the printer.
Connecting just the two connectors on each side (+ & -) works for the tool, but don't try to charge it with Ryobi charger. Charge the battery with Parkside charger only!
any PLA / PETG
Top and Bottom piece very likely require supports, but try to print the two small Clips without supports. It is hard to get the (not needed) supports from the little holes for the springs.